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TITLE
Birnie buttons, Cawdor
EXTERNAL ID
PC_CAWDOR_04B
PLACENAME
Cawdor
DISTRICT
Nairn (landward)
OLD COUNTY/PARISH
NAIRN: Cawdor
SOURCE
Cawdor Heritage Group
ASSET ID
22080
KEYWORDS
button
villages
estates
castles
cottage
lane
post offices
shops
churches
fountains
bowling greens
taverns
inn
inns
Birnie buttons, Cawdor

These buttons were sold by John Birnie of Cawdor from his shop in the village. They bear the inscription 'John Birnie Cawdor'.

Cawdor stands beside the Cawdor Burn, about 13 miles east of Inverness and 5 miles south-west of Nairn. It grew as an estate village serving Cawdor Castle and is now a conservation village, retaining its traditional stone cottages and narrow, meandering lanes. Its amenities include a post office and shop, a church; a fountain, a bowling green and a popular tavern.

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Birnie buttons, Cawdor

NAIRN: Cawdor

button; villages; estates; castles; cottage; lane; post offices; shops; churches; fountains; bowling greens; taverns; inn; inns

Cawdor Heritage Group

Cawdor Heritage Group

These buttons were sold by John Birnie of Cawdor from his shop in the village. They bear the inscription 'John Birnie Cawdor'.<br /> <br /> Cawdor stands beside the Cawdor Burn, about 13 miles east of Inverness and 5 miles south-west of Nairn. It grew as an estate village serving Cawdor Castle and is now a conservation village, retaining its traditional stone cottages and narrow, meandering lanes. Its amenities include a post office and shop, a church; a fountain, a bowling green and a popular tavern.